North America

Marine Conservation and Scuba Diving in the Bahamas

The Caribbean is under pressure from tourism and development. Previously protected, Andros Island is one of the last great wilderness marine habitats. Marine Researchers needed on our Government supported program to survey, monitor and help create a future for the world’s second largest barrier reef. Qualify as an International PADI Approved Marine Conservationist. Programme in conjunction with the Government of the Bahamas & The Bahamas National Trust.

  • #1852
  • 2 Weeks to 1 Month
    1 to 3 Months
    More than 3 Months
  • Andros Island Andros
    Bahamas
    24° 42' 24.894" N, 78° 2' 58.6392" W
    BS

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Protect Sea Turtles in Costa Rica

Work on our Sea Turtle conservation project in Costa Rica which was created with the purpose of protecting the female sea turtles, their nests and hatchlings laid along beaches on the Pacific and Caribbean coasts of Costa Rica against poachers and natural and introduced predators, using a man-made shelter called a "vivero". Refuges have been created in order to protect important nesting sites for the Pacific olive ridley, the leatherback, green turtles and occasionally hawksbill turtles.

  • #2047
  • 2 Weeks to 1 Month
    1 to 3 Months
  • Various
    Costa Rica
    9° 37' 23.1276" N, 84° 38' 4.3872" W
    CR

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